Bachelor of Science in Digital Communication Media

Film and Media class at Marymount California University

Imagine Your Amazing Life

Imagine graduating with the essential knowledge and ability to join a media company, work for a video production, website design company or open your own studio. Imagine meaningful participation in an internship while in college before you begin your job search. Imagine having the opportunity to gain hands-on experience while in school.

Imagine completing your degree with a digital resume showcasing your academic achievements and practical knowledge.

Now stop imagining. Marymount California University alumni have achieved professional success in all areas of media. Some former students own their own professional design studios, while others work in such noted companies as DigiLabs, ABC and Showtime. Your amazing life comes into view with a Marymount California University Bachelor’s degree in Digital Communication Media.

Why Marymount?

The Bachelor of Science (BS) major in Digital Communication Media (DCM) is a STEM learning degree that offers a sophisticated four-year educational experience to prepare the next generation of video artists and website designers for rewarding careers in a myriad of visual arts industries. The major provides students with hands on training in digital studios including Apple Macintosh workstations, Adobe Creative Suite, Autodesk Maya, Avid Media Composer, Avid Pro Tools, and Unity game engine software. 

Build a Solid Foundation –  During the freshman and sophomore years, DCM students build an educational foundation while they also are beginning to build a portfolio of work to present to potential employers or graduate schools.

Develop a Deeper Level of Understanding – During the junior year, students complete most of their core courses in Digital Communication Media and create a professional quality portfolio that showcases your creative talents and skills.

+1 MBA

Add a one-year MBA to any MCU bachelor’s degree.
Earn three degrees in just five years: associate, bachelor’s and MBA.